Rid the Lunch Lady Arms with Brachioplasty

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Sep 20, 2017 7:01:00 AM

What do Jennifer Aniston, Michelle Obama and Jessica Biel all have in common? These women have all been noticed and praised for their contoured arms. Sculpted arms are desired by women, but not everyone can achieve this look from workouts alone. Sagging skin can change the appearance of arms, no matter how muscular or thin a person becomes. This is where brachioplasty comes into play.

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Topics: brachioplasty


When to consider an arm lift

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Sep 14, 2016 8:17:00 AM

Do you tend to wear long sleeves all year round, even during the summer when it’s hot? Do you stress when you’re asked to attend a formal event out of fear you’ll have to wear a sleeveless gown? Do you typically avoid wearing tank tops and swimsuits because doing so will expose your upper arms? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re most likely an ideal candidate for an arm lift.

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Topics: brachioplasty, arm reduction, arm lift


Preparing for plastic surgery: Early steps for success after your procedure

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Oct 8, 2015 9:30:00 AM

The following is an excerpt from our new e-book, How to prepare for plastic surgery.

Congratulations on your decision to have cosmetic surgery! It’s exciting to think about your upcoming surgery and the beautiful results you will experience afterward. During the weeks and days prior to your procedure, try to take some time to pamper yourself and get ready for your transformation.

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Topics: Facelift, Breast lift, Plastic surgery, Breast augmentation, breast care, tummy tuck, brachioplasty, rhinoplasty, liposuction, smartlipo, arm reduction, Eyelid surgery, abdominoplasty, Thigh lift, Body lift, Mini facelift


Want smooth, shapely arms? Consider an arm lift

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Aug 26, 2015 9:00:00 AM

It’s been a hot, humid summer here in the midwest, and that typically means wanting to wear sleeveless shirts and dresses. However, if you have sagging, excess skin and pockets of fat around your arms, you might not feel comfortable wearing certain clothes. Not only should you have the freedom to wear what you want, but you should also feel confident in your own body. So, why not consider an arm lift?

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Topics: brachioplasty, liposuction, arm reduction


Why you should consider an arm lift this summer

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Jun 4, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Summer is a time for shorts and tank tops. However, many of us have our trouble areas that prevent us from feeling comfortable in summer clothing. One such area is the upper arm, where loose skin can hang and fat can bulge. The good news is you can get rid of loose skin and fat with a cosmetic procedure known as an arm lift, or brachioplasty.

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Topics: brachioplasty, arm reduction


Why choosing a great plastic surgeon is important

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   May 20, 2015 9:30:00 AM

Plastic surgery has grown in popularity over the years, yet some individuals continue to have concerns about certain procedures. However, the key to having a successful plastic surgery outcome is choosing a qualified plastic surgeon.

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Topics: Facelift, Breast reconstruction, Reconstructive surgery, Breast lift, Plastic surgery, Breast augmentation, Body Contouring, tummy tuck, brachioplasty, rhinoplasty, breast reduction, liposuction, smartlipo, breast implants, Mommy makeover, Eyelid surgery


Goodbye, bat wings! Hello to slimmer, toned upper arms

Posted by Monarch Plastic Surgery   |   Dec 17, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Experiencing significant weight loss and managing to keep weight off is cause for celebration. Losing weight is no easy chore, and keeping weight off may prove harder than losing it, but there are numerous benefits for those who do. Losing weight can improve your overall health reduce the risk for serious diseases. It is easier to move. Sitting in an airplane or movie theater seat is more comfortable. Clothes fit better, and you can often shop in the regular section of a store rather than those reserved for larger shoppers. However, one major side effect of losing a significant amount of weight is being left with excessively saggy skin.

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Topics: Body Contouring, brachioplasty

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